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How to Support Black-Owned Eateries, Businesses Around Tysons

(Updated 6/10/2020) For people looking to support local Black-owned eateries, shops and services in the area, Tysons Reporter and Reston Now are working to compile a list of places open for business. 

Since this is a crowdsourced “living document” — it will be updated regularly by one of our reporters or editors.

Several blogs, websites and social media groups have rounded up lists of local Black-owned businesses, including Feed the Malik, Vienna VA Foodies, Reddit and the Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce.

People can contribute to the list by sending an email [email protected] with the subject line “Black-Owned Eatery and Business List Addition.”

“The best way [to help business owners] is to give directly if you can, look at your black-owned business and order from them if they’re still open,” Sean Perryman, the president of the NAACP Fairfax County, told Tysons Reporter.

Like other local businesses, Black-owned restaurants have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, Perryman said.

So far, businesses include:

*temporarily closed due to COVID-19

Photo via Caribbean Plate/Facebook

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